Riders. Fly Fishing enthusiasts. Explorers. Photographers.
Authentic adventure. Galloping across magnificent fields, towering mountains and monkey tree forests. Sleeping under the stars. Fresh air unlike anywhere else.
November to early March is best to explore Patagonia. Caballads offer trips from November to mid-December, and March to first week of May.
Caballadas is a luxury riding retreat, located to the north of Lanín National Park, in the most remote and scenic part of Patagonia, Argentina. The private ranch is family owned and has been operating since 1908.
Your experience here is divided between the main Valley Lodge and the campsite on the far end of the ranch, in the Caballadas Valley. The Lodge was built from native oak wood and stone and consists of 8 spacious bedrooms, a large living room with a fireplace, a dining room, as well as a playroom. Relax by the fire and take in breathtaking views of the entire valley as you recount your adventures.
Caballadas offers horseback riding, polo, and fly fishing experiences. Discover hidden valleys, beautiful lakes, rivers and creeks. Climb mountaintops for breathtaking views of the Andes and the Lanín Volcano. See one of the world’s wonders – the ancient Araucaria Araucana, or Monkey Puzzle tree. Explore untouched Patagonia, while camping in some of its most remote corners.
Malbec (rich, dark, concentrated red wine). All meals are prepared by your private chef. Make sure to try these five famous dishes: Roasted Patagonian lamb, Rainbow Trout with black butter, Wild Boar, Roasted Deer, and Wild Mushroom Ravioli. End the meal with alfajores (caramel cookies).
Fly into Buenos Aires, Argentina, following a local flight to San Martin de los Andes. Caballadas provides the final transfer to the lodge.
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